Bridge the gap between health, medicine and engineering with our Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) accredited Biomedical Engineering course. At Aston, you will develop the theoretical and practical knowledge for a career in biomedical engineering,learning to offer solutions to complex problems.
No longer accepting entries for September 2021
Due to high levels of demand for our Biomedical Engineering programmes, we are no longer able to accept new applications for entry this September 2021. If you applied to Aston for the BEng or MEng Biomedical Engineering programme by the 2021 UCAS deadline (29th January), please be assured that all applications received on time will receive equal consideration for a place to study with us in line with our published entry requirements.
If you wish to apply for a place for 2022 entry, you will be able to apply once UCAS applications open for 2022 entry (expected to be September 2021); please ensure you apply by the relevant UCAS deadline (expected to be January 2022) to be considered for a place for 2022 entry.
If you have any questions you can contact our admissions team at email@example.com.
Bridging the gap between health, medicine and engineering, studying biomedical engineering at Aston University gives you the hands-on skills, knowledge and experience to help create the healthcare practices of tomorrow.
As a biomedical engineer, you will have the skills, flexibility and knowledge to be involved in a wide number of activities such as developing innovative devices and delivering expert services directly to patients.
Through a combination of our deep links into industry and world-class, state-of-the-art facilities, Aston is the ideal place to prepare for a successful and enriching career that improves and saves lives
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- Software Engineering
- Human Anatomy and Physiology for Engineers
- Biomedical Engineering Project 1
- Electronics Engineering Fundamentals
- Engineering Science 1
- Materials and Manufacturing 1
- Mathematical Modelling for Engineers
- Biomechanics and Kinematics
- Biomedical Signal Processing
- Medical Biophysics
- Biofluid Mechanics
- Biomedical Engineering Project 2
- Computational Methods in Biomedical Engineering
- Biomedical Implants and Prosthetics
- Medical Imaging
- Biotechnology and Regenerative Medicine
- Project Elective